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Pine Island Sound Fishing Reports


2021-03-25
7:26 AM

trophy snookin - The water warmed and the fishing got hot this is what the Snook like a lot Certain lures seem to be the better choice Reel drags screaming like they had a voice This is the time Snook are just exploding Each cast feels like the rod is more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2021-03-15
8:04 AM

Snooking of course - The water warms and the current flows The bait starts moving and the Snook knows As she crashes the plug and a Snook geyser erupts The fight is on and finally she's had enough Alongside the boat the black line shines The release leave more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2021-03-06
9:04 AM

Snooking of course - Now that the 2nd covid vaccination is done I already feel like a race has been won Snook are prowling and now many battles fought So more and more are getting caught The bigger girls have been screaming the reels Only when hooking one more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2021-01-15
9:42 AM

Snooking of course - The cool weather has made the Snookin hot Two consecutive days of over 40 Snook...WHAT! A few tarpon also entered the fray Reels were screaming and oh what a day We may not yet be getting the covid vaccine But this is some of the best more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2020-12-05
10:05 AM

trophy snookin - Yesterday was another one of those special days When the Snook are exploding in the back bays 24 Snook were landed and many more missed It was so much fun like we were heaven kissed Snook 0f 30', 31 and two of 33' and one of 34 Lookin more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2020-10-09
4:34 PM

Snooking of course - With the currents flowing the Snook are biting Even the smaller 28 inchers are fighting But as we avoid the many mats of grass And the water as flat as glass The bigger girls are coming out to play A 32-34 snoo0k can make any angler's more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2020-08-31
10:24 AM

Snookin - We all have the pandemic blues So here is some better news The Snook and red fishing has been on fire We hope the temps don't get much higher The last trip brought 7 reds and 28 Snook Casting weedless homemade plugs was all it took more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2020-08-14
12:55 PM

Big snook huge reds - Mangroves are. Inviting Winter or Summer In fact the snook have really been hummers Redfish are more plentiful in the 30 + range With not many boats running for a change Why folks think live bait heals fishing cures When better fish a more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2020-05-14
3:33 PM

Snook-Tarpon-redfish - After doing the tarpon off Fort Myers Beach And eating A lunch of an apple and peach Big Snook were the fish we sought The 34 beauty crashed the surface then fought A 31 Snook was the next big hit The wind got miserable and so we qui more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound


2020-03-22
2:07 PM

trophy snookin - Soft plastics get all the redfish, trout you want A Trophy Snook is a home run rather than a bunt Years of catching other fish is all it took To realize there is nothing like a trophy Snook Early morning, mid-day or night can be great more...
Capt. George Grosselfinger - Pine Island Sound

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